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The Hidden Army 1944


Published 1944


1944 U.S. War Department film #25, The Hidden Army. National Archives description "On U.S. women in war work.
Reel 1 dramatizes the Nazi concept of U.S. women as decadent playgirls, unfit for working. Women weld airplanes and landing barges, install wiring in planes, and inspect shells and radio tubes.
Reel 2 shows nursery schools and personal services (banking, beauty shops, etc.) established in war plants to ease the burden on working women. Women cite their reasons for producing war materiel."
National Archives Identifier:  37003
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Run time 16 minutes 43 seconds
Producer United States. War Department
Audio/Visual sound, black & white
Language English


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